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November 11, 2014

Brennan Newberry Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier Chevrolet Camaro

DAV 200 Honoring America’s Veterans Event Review

 

Quick Facts: 

Series: NASCAR Nationwide Series

Race: 32 of 33 — November 8th, 2014

Driver: Brennan Newberry

Car: No.77 Qore-24 Chevrolet Camaro

Team: SS-Green Light Racing

Track: Phoenix International Raceway – Avondale, Arizona

Event: DAV 200 – Honoring America’s Veterans

Distance: 200 Laps / 200 Miles

 

Kernersville, NC (November 10, 2014) – For the fourth time in his career, Brennan Newberry strapped into a NASCAR Nationwide Series Chevrolet Camaro, sponsored by Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier in Avondale, Arizona. Born and raised on the West Coast, Newberry was surrounded by friends, family, and representatives of his Tempe, Arizona based primary sponsor, Qore Systems. Showing speed during practice and qualifying, Newberry was primed for a top finish and was making his way into the lead pack early in the DAV 200 at Phoenix International Raceway before a tire issue coming out of turn 4 ended the NNS rookie’s completive event much earlier than expected. After a hard hit and well wishes from everyone in attendance, Newberry walked away unscathed and continues to gain experience and recognition in NASCAR’s premier support division.

Newberry and Crew Chief Jason Miller’s first chance to get on track for the weekend would come Friday morning for the first of 2 practice sessions to test their equipment. An unseasonably warm morning turned the track surface into a slick sheet of asphalt that teams had to adjust quickly for. After a total of 41 laps during the two sessions, Newberry would turn heads as me made his way inside the top 10 on the leader board. His final lap would be his fastest, 27.423 seconds, and would hold for 6th overall when the clock expired for the final session. During knockout qualifying the following day, Newberry would claim a starting spot inside the top 20 and continue to make gains on track through experience. After a lap of 27.384, Newberry and the Qore-24 SS-Green Light team would line up 19th for the main event Saturday afternoon.

Starting inside the top 20, Newberry quickly began racing his way forward after the initial drop of the green flag. Racing side-by-side with competitors, Newberry reported to his team that he was tight through turns 3 and 4 and was considering what adjustments to take during the first round of pit stops. On lap 34, Newberry had maintained his spot through the initial run of the race when a right front tire failure took the NASCAR Nationwide Series rookie hard into the turn 4 wall. Exiting his car slowly and gingerly, Newberry radioed to his spotter, Chris Rice, “I’m okay, that was just a hard hit”. Upon being cleared by the infield care medical center, Newberry talked with reporters and fans alike saying, “We had a really great car and a chance at a great finish. We didn’t get the result we wanted but we learned a lot and I look forward to what is in store for 2015”. This was the final NNS race for Newberry for the 2014 season. Newberry will compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 2014 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway for NTS Motorsports in the No.9 Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado.

From the Driver’s Seat with Brennan Newberry:  “Bobby Dotter and SS-Green Light Racing helped me accomplish another goal in my racing career, not once but, 4 times this season. To step up in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for the last time this season, at my favorite track none the less, was a dream come true. In final practice, my Crew Chief Jason Miller and his team helped me catapult the No.77 Qore-24 Chevrolet Camaro to 6th and to my best current qualifying position of 19th. That was a win for the team and I, it truly has yet to sink in. Our bad luck came with a blown tire and it poisoned our chances at a top 20 finish in the race, but the weekend wasn’t a complete loss. I had a blast working with the team, my sponsor Qore 24 and their entire company joined us at the track and I was able to be with my amazing and supportive family and friends. It is because of them all that I have been able to accomplish so much. I am truly blessed.”

Atop the Pit Box with Crew Chief Jason Miller: “As always, it was great working with Brennan (Newberry) on the NASCAR Nationwide side. Everyone at SS-Green Light has gained so much respect for this young man as he gets better every time he gets behind the wheel. We turned a lot of heads when we ended final practice just outside of the top 5 and we had a good run going until we lost the right front tire. A big thank you goes out to Qore-24 for supporting our team once again. The racing world has yet to see the best out of Brennan Newberry, he has a very bright future ahead of him in this sport!”

 

 

About Qore-24 Systems: Qore Systems, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, is a research and development company dedicated to the discovery and production of products created with Amosil-Q: a patented antimicrobial barrier that safely kills germs by tearing them apart on contact. For more information about Qore Systems, call 480-682-6729 or visit www.amosilq.com.

 

For more information about Qore-24 go to Qore24.com, amosilq.com, and @Qore24Purifier

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November 10, 2014

Brennan Newberry GunBroker.com Chevrolet Silverado

Lucas Oil 150 – Phoenix International Raceway – Race Review

 

Quick Facts: 

Series: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Race: 21 of 22 — November 7th, 2014

Driver: Brennan Newberry

Truck: No.9 GunBroker.com Chevrolet Silverado

Track: Phoenix (Avondale) International Raceway

Event: Lucas Oil 150

Distance: 150 Laps / 150 Miles

Owners Points Standing: 15th (-247)

 

Kernersville, NC (November 9, 2014) – Born and raised on the West Coast in Bakersfield, California, Brennan Newberry has a special place in his heart for Phoenix International Raceway. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Lucas Oil 150, hosted by a venue Newberry frequently refers to as his “favorite place to race”, was a night unlike any other with drama both on and high above the race track. The lights that tower over the 1-mile asphalt oval, delayed the initial drop of the green flag and brought Newberry’s resurgence back to the front of the field, after an early incident, to an abrupt end. Running only 126 of the scheduled 150 laps, Newberry was forced off of the lead lap after contact from a competitor took him outside of the top-10 and was unable to make his way back to the front before the event was cut short. The strength and speed of the No.9 NTS Motorsports GunBroker.com team was evident throughout the Arizona weekend and Newberry shined on track under the light of a full desert moon.

Preparing for a double duty weekend in Avondale, as Newberry was slated to run back-to-back PIR events in the NCWTS and the NASCAR Nationwide Series on Friday and Saturday, NTS Motorsports geared up to fire off strong in the first of dual practice sessions. The track would be available to teams for over two hours and No.9 Crew Chief Ryan McKinney was pleased to see that, once again, the team was fast during their first run on track. In the course of the two practice session, Newberry would complete 38 laps and on his final circuit, posted a time of 26.956 that would hold for a spot inside the top 5. With a top speed of 133.55 MPH, Newberry and McKinney prepared to fight for the pole with a fast Chevrolet for Friday afternoon’s Knockout Qualifying.

One of the major changes to NASCAR competition throughout the top 3 touring series in 2014 came in the form of Knockout Qualifying. Teams continue to adjust their approach in order to advance to the final round to have a chance at the top starting spot. The first session to post a time inside the top-12 would see the track open for 30 minutes. On his one and only lap during the first round, Newberry placed himself inside the top-5 with a lap of 26.908 seconds and would advance to fight for the pole. The final round, 10 minutes to determine the first 12 starting spots, saw a host of drivers completing laps as the final moments of qualifying approached. As the temperatures were drastically warmer than they would be during the event, Newberry knew that the surface would be slick during his 2nd run after scuffing in his tires. After a time of 27.01 seconds, Newberry would start the Lucas Oil 150 in 11th.

After a highly publicized power outage in the areas surrounding Avondale, the track was dimly lit with auxiliary power and the start of the last event for the NCWTS before the 2014 season finale was delayed for more than an hour. When drivers were called to their trucks, Newberry strapped in excited to race in front of hometown friends and family as well as representatives from GunBroker.com and his primary sponsor Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier, which is based in Tempe, Arizona a short drive from the race track. Multiple cautions, a red flag condition, and several on track incidents halted green flag runs and the first stretch of multiple laps would only come after 30 miles into the event. By lap 72, Newberry had settled inside the top-10, in 9th, and was working a strategy with Ryan McKinney atop the pit box to continue his march forward. Just a few circuits later, Newberry would hit pit road for adjustments after reporting to his team that he was free in all four corners of the track. Approaching lap 100, Newberry was racing hard coming out of turn four when he was tagged in the left rear and was spun as the caution was displayed.

Keeping his GunBroker.com Chevrolet off of the wall and avoiding major damage, Newberry made a trip down pit road to replace the tires after sliding to a stop. Conserving fuel to the finish, McKinney and his driver had developed a plan to stay out and gain valuable track position as the closing laps of the event approached. As they began to implement their blueprint for a top finish, the lights gave way once again and trucks were brought to pit road as the red flag was displayed. Without the proper lighting to safely navigate the 1-mile racing surface, NASCAR deemed the event concluded and decided to forego the last 24 miles of the Lucas Oil 150. Newberry and McKinney would come home 16th but had shown, once again, that they have the speed and strength as a team to run up front. The next event on the NCWTS schedule for Newberry will be the 2014 season finale in South Florida, as he drives the No.9 Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado in the Ford Eco Boost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

From the Driver’s Seat with Brennan Newberry: “Once again, we unloaded very fast and had a top-5 truck in both practice sessions in Phoenix. I always have a lot of confidence in my No.9 Gun Broker Chevrolet Silverado team. Two week in a row, we have made the final round of knockout qualifying and that is huge for me, since I have not always been the best on two lap runs for the older style qualifying. Ryan McKinney and I had our plan to run all the laps and, until the lights went out late in the race, we were right on task. The result was not what we wanted but the speed in our truck is there, the confidence in my team is there, and I have the focus I need. My NTS Motorsports team and I have one more shot this season to execute our plan for the 2014 season: Get to Victory lane.”

Atop the Pit Box with Crew Chief Ryan McKinney: “We had a lot of high hopes going into Phoenix this weekend. We had a really fast truck that had ran so well recently in Loudon and Brennan’s confidence has been at an all-time high and Phoenix is one of his favorite places to race. We unloaded fast, just as we have the last several weeks, and worked through our practice plan and ended with a really good GunBroker.com Chevrolet. It was great to qualify into the top-12 and make the final round once again. Brennan was working his way forward when we had contact on track and were spun out coming off of turn four. This put us behind for the rest of the night and when the event was cut short, we didn’t have the time we needed to get back to the front. All of the NTS Motorsports guys will keep digging hard and we will roll into Homestead looking for a win to cap off the 2014 season for Bob Newberry and Qore-24.”

 

 

About GunBroker.com: GunBroker.com is the world’s largest gun auction website. Launched in 1999, GunBroker.com is an informative, secure and safe way to buy and sell firearms, ammunition and hunting/shooting gear online. GunBroker.com promotes responsible ownership of guns and firearms. Aside from merchandise bearing its logo, GunBroker.com sells none of the items listed on its website. Third-party sellers’ list items on the site and Federal and state laws govern the sale of firearms and other restricted items. Ownership policies and regulations are followed using licensed firearms dealers as transfer agents.

About NTS Motorsports: Established in Bakersfield, California by Bob Newberry, NTS Motorsports is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) and NASCAR K&N Pro Series (NKNPSE) team based in Kernersville, North Carolina. NTS Motorsports began as a family racing team and has quickly emerged as one of the most competitive teams in NASCAR. Continuing to develop talented drivers, NTS fields cars on the West Coast in the Spears SRL South West Tour and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. In 2014, NTS will field two full-time cars in the NKNPSE and two full-time trucks in the NCWTS.

For more information about NTS Motorsports, visit ntsmotorsports.com.

Follow us on Twitter @TeamNTS and @BrennanNewberry

 

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November 5, 2014

Brennan Newberry Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier Chevrolet Camaro

DAV 200 Honoring America’s Veterans Event Preview

 

Quick Facts: 

Series: NASCAR Nationwide Series

Race: 32 of 33 — November 8th, 2014

Driver: Brennan Newberry

Car: No.77 Qore-24 Chevrolet Camaro

Track: Phoenix International Raceway – Avondale, Arizona

Event: DAV 200 – Honoring America’s Veterans

Distance: 200 Laps / 200 Miles

 

Four the Fourth Time in His Career, California Native, Brennan Newberry, Will Drive a Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. This season, Newberry made starts in the NNS series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Watkins Glen International and Chicagoland Speedway. Once again he will be driving an entry prepared by SS-Green Light Racing of Mooresville, NC. Newberry will carry the No.77 on his Chevrolet for the DAV 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.

Newberry on Closing his NASCAR Nationwide Series Season Strong and What 2014 has Meant For his Career in NASCAR’s 2nd Tier Division: “I am, once again, blessed to be given the opportunity to race in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for SS-Green Light Racing this weekend. Crew chief Jason Miller and his team have worked hard to field the No.77 Qore-24 Chevrolet for me in Phoenix and I could not be more excited. It is a double whammy for me to make my final start in the Nationwide series this season and it being the hometown of my sponsor Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier. I can’t thank Bobby Dotter enough for welcoming me into his team this season and the providing me with the amazing chances he has, to progress as a driver.”

Atop the Pit Box with Crew Chief Jason Miller: “It is always a pleasure to have Brennan inside the car for us. He gives great input that really help us to progress as a team and claim strong finishes at the end of the day. Brennan has become a part of our team over the course of his starts this year and it has been great working with him. I am looking forward to getting on track at Phoenix with Qore-24 in their home town.”

NNS On Track Activity at Phoenix will begin with dual practice sessions on Friday beginning at 10a.m. and 1:10pm. Friday’s complete on track action from Phoenix will air on FOX Sports 1. Action will resume on Saturday with Knockout Qualifying at 10:45. Qualifying for the event will air on FOX Sports 2. The drop of the green flag for DAV 200 – Honoring America’s Veterans is scheduled for 2p.m. The NNS Main Event from Phoenix International Raceway will air LIVE on ESPN beginning with “The Countdown” at 1p.m. You can also catch the action on The Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90. For up-to-the-minute updates and a behind the scenes look from PIR, follow @BrennanNewberry on Twitter.

 

Track Facts — Phoenix International Raceway

1 Mile Slightly-Banked Asphalt Oval

10-12 Degrees of Banking in Turns 1 & 2

8-9 Degrees of Banking in Turns 3 & 4

10-12 Degrees of Banking on the Backstretch

3 Degrees of Banking on the Frontstretch

Located in Avondale, Arizona

 

Track Twitter: @PhoenixRaceway

Event Hashtag: #DAV200

 

About Qore-24 Systems: Qore Systems, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, is a research and development company dedicated to the discovery and production of products created with Amosil-Q: a patented antimicrobial barrier that safely kills germs by tearing them apart on contact. For more information about Qore Systems, call 480-682-6729 or visit www.amosilq.com.

 

For more information about Qore-24 go to Qore24.com, amosilq.com, and @Qore24Purifier

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November 4, 2014

Brennan Newberry No. 9 GunBroker.com Chevrolet Silverado

Lucas Oil 150 – Phoenix International Raceway – Race Preview

 

Quick Facts: 

Series: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS)

Race: 21 of 22 — November 7th, 2014

Driver: Brennan Newberry

Truck: No.9 GunBroker.com Chevrolet Silverado

Track: Phoenix International Raceway

Event: Lucas Oil 150

Distance: 150 Laps / 150 Miles

 

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on-track activity in Phoenix begins on Thursday with back-to-back practice sessions. The first practice is from 1 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. followed by final practice from 3:30p.m. – 5 p.m. On Friday, competition will resume with the start of Knockout Qualifying at 2:45 p.m. The field will then line up for the Lucas Oil 150, the 21st event for the NCWTS in 2014.The green flag is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Friday, November 7th. All on-track activities on Friday will air LIVE on Fox Sports 1. All times are listed in local Mountain Time.

California Native, Brennan Newberry, enters both Phoenix NCWTS and NNS Races with a Home-Track Advantage. During the next to last weekend on the 2014 NASCAR schedule, Newberry will compete in both the Lucas Oil 150 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and  the DAV 200 – Honoring America’s Veterans event in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. In addition to piloting the No. 9 Gunbroker.com Silverado this weekend, Newberry will climb in the driver’s seat of the No.77 Qore-24 Chevrolet prepared by SS-Green Light Racing. Newberry has one prior start at the Avondale, Arizona track in NCWTS competition and five starts in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West (NKNPSW). In his most recent start at the one-mile track, Newberry fought for the lead in the closing laps of the 2014 NKNPSW season opener and brought home a runner-up finish.

Newberry Excited for A Shoot Out in the Wild West: “When asked what my favorite track on the Camping World Truck Series schedule is, my answer is always the same, Phoenix International Raceway. I am not sure if it is the five different corners or the fact that I got my first NASCAR pole there in 2010 during my NKNPSW days, but whatever it is, I cannot contain my excitement any longer. Ryan McKinney and my entire No.9 GunBroker.com Chevy Silverado team are ready to go to war. We have two bullets left in the chamber for the season, and we are eager to pull the trigger on the Lucas Oil 150.”

Crew Chief Ryan McKinney Locked and Loaded for Phoenix: “Our GunBroker.com Chevrolet looks great and I am confident it will run even better. We have had success in this scheme throughout the year, so hopefully it is a bit of a good luck charm for us. We finished strong and overcame a lot during our weekend in Texas and now it’s time to head west once again. With the support of Bob Newberry, Qore-24, GunBroker.com, and everyone at NTS Motorsports, I know we can close the season on top.”

 

Track Facts — Phoenix International Raceway

1-Mile Slightly-Banked Asphalt Oval

10-12 Degrees of Banking in Turns 1 & 2

8-9 Degrees of Banking in Turns 3 & 4

10-12 Degrees of Banking on the Backstretch

3 Degrees of Banking on the Frontstretch

Located in Avondale, Arizona

This will be the 23rd visit to the track for the NCWTS since 1995.

 

Stay Social with Brennan:

For the latest news, notes and appearance information follow @BrennanNewberry and @TeamNTS on Twitter.

Track Twitter: @PhoenixRaceway

Event Hashtag: #LucasOil150

 

About GunBroker.com: GunBroker.com is the world’s largest gun auction website. Launched in 1999, GunBroker.com is an informative, secure and safe way to buy and sell firearms, ammunition and hunting/shooting gear online. GunBroker.com promotes responsible ownership of guns and firearms. Aside from merchandise bearing its logo, GunBroker.com sells none of the items listed on its website. Third-party sellers’ list items on the site and Federal and state laws govern the sale of firearms and other restricted items. Ownership policies and regulations are followed using licensed firearms dealers as transfer agents.

About NTS Motorsports: Established in Bakersfield, California by Bob Newberry, NTS Motorsports is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) and NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) team based in Kernersville, North Carolina. NTS Motorsports began as a family racing team and has quickly emerged as one of the most competitive teams in NASCAR. Continuing to develop talented drivers, NTS fields cars on the West Coast in the Spears SRL South West Tour and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. In 2014, NTS will field two full-time cars in the NKNPSE and two full-time trucks in the NCWTS.

For more information about NTS Motorsports, visit ntsmotorsports.com.

Follow us on Twitter @TeamNTS and @BrennanNewberry

 

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November 3, 2014

Brennan Newberry Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado
WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 Event Review

Quick Facts:
Series: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Race: 20 of 22 — October 31, 2014
Driver: Brennan Newberry
Truck: No.20 Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado
Owner’s Point Standings: 14th (-169)
Track: Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, Texas
Event: WinStar World Casino and Resort 350
Distance: 147 Laps / 220.5 Miles / 354.86 Kilometers
Start / Finish: 11th / 11th

Kernersville, NC (November 3, 2014) – For the 11th time in 2014, Brennan Newberry strapped into an NTS Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) to continue building on the momentum he has captured throughout the season. With only three races remaining in the year, the young California native took to one of his favorite tracks on the circuit, Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) in Fort Worth. Showing a lot of speed and strength during practice and knockout qualifying, Newberry and crew chief Ryan McKinney prepared a truck that was more than capable of running with the lead pack. After running inside the top 10 for a large portion of the race and overcoming an early incident, Newberry came home strong at the end of the weekend with a solid 11th-place finish.

When the teams arrived at the track for the first time on Thursday morning, they immediately began preparing their trucks with the goal of earning a Stetson cowboy hat, a jewel synonymous with TMS and a trip to victory lane.. Newberry hit the track for the first run of the weekend and relayed to his team, “As always, guys, we are good right off of the truck.” The team worked to make sure Newberry could get back to the gas as early as possible, and that he could be fast in both the draft and single-truck runs. After two total sessions of practice, both Newberry and McKinney were happy with the handling of the No. 20 Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado. At the end of the final session for the day, the No.20 team would hold sixth placeon the leader board with a lap time of 30.148 and a top speed of 179.116 . Going into knockout qualifying the following afternoon, team moral was at an all-time high.

When the track opened for the first of three rounds of knockout qualifying to set the pole for the WinStar World Casino and Resort 350, Newberry fired his engine immediately and rolled out in the middle of a pack, exactly where he and his team wanted to be for the first session. Getting a draft from a competitor and cutting through the air in a coveted tandem, Newberry put the strength of his NTS Motorsports team on full display, topping the first session after a single lap on track and advancing to round two. During the 10 minute session to determine the top 12 who would race for the pole position for the night’s main event, Newberry was strong once again and advanced to the final session after finishing the second session in the top three. When the clock started for the final five minute segment of qualifying, trucks gambled and sat at the end of pit road until the last possible moment before firing back up and making their way to the flag stand. Barely making his way across the line in order to be eligible for one more circuit, Newberry found himself once again in a perfect spot in the middle of the pack to gain the most speed coming across the line. Just off of turn four a competitor made a run from behind the No.20 Chevrolet and was in the process of a pass going across the start-finish line. The dirty air was enough to slow Newberry’s speed across the line, but the Qore-24 driver was confident in his chances for running up front at the end of the event. After a final lap of 30.225 and a top speed of 178.660, Newberry and the No.20 team would line up 11th when the green was displayed later that night.

With the WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 falling on the final day of October, All Hallows Eve, it set a different tone and feel for the beginning of the 147-lap battle for a trip to Texas Motor Speedway’s fire-pit, victory circle. When the green was displayed, Newberry immediately began picking his way to the front, moving inside the top 10 by lap eight and showing speed comparable to the leaders. Continuing to run strong laps around the 1.5-mile track, Newberry reported to his team “I am just a little snug in the center and on the exit of turn four, but I am very good on entry” as he raced his way to the ninth position. When the first caution of the night was displayed on lap 21, Newberry came to the assistance of his crew for the first time for four fresh tires and fuel. After a quick stop from the pit crew, Newberry picked up two spots exiting pit road and restarted the race from seventh place.

As Newberry and McKinney took over the sixth spot and were knocking on the door of the top-five as they continued to pick up speed. After another round of changes on pit road and another set of Goodyear tires, Newberry lined up sixth for the restart with only 66 laps to go when he reported to the team he had an issue. Falling back quickly after the green was displayed, Newberry keyed the mic to McKinney; “We have a tire going down, I’m coming to you.” Newberry fell to 21st and waslisted one lap down on lap 88 and had a long uphill battle to make his way back to the front.

Now on a different strategy, McKinney brought his driver to pit road on lap 108 for the final time of the night with only 39 laps to the finish. Counting down the laps, Newberry made his way back to the lead lap after taking a “wave around” and found himself in a heated four-way battle for 10th place with less than 20 laps to go. Gaining attention from Fox Sports 1 and the Motor Racing Network, the best battle on track during the closing laps of the event was the one Newberry was in the middle of, racing hard, making daring moves and gaining every inch he could during each circuit. When the final caution of the night was displayed, McKinney made the decision to leave his driver out on track when most of the leaders hit pit road. Forced off sequence early in the race, McKinney and Newberry had no fresh tires for the final laps of the race and would hold on with older rubber during the closing laps. After five extra laps in a green-white-checkered finish, Newberry drove his way to 11th when the yellow flag was displayed to end the event on the second attempt at a green-white-checkered finish.

With the momentum of overcoming such adversity in Texas, Newberry will move back into the No.9 for the next-to-last event of 2014 in one week at Phoenix International Raceway.

From the Driver’s Seat from Brennan Newberry: “As a team, we added another feather to our caps this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. The No. 20 Qore-24 Chevrolet rolled out of the trailer with lap times that put us well inside the top six. Our Breast Cancer Awareness Silverado had amazing speed that catapulted us to the final round of knockout qualifying and allowed me to race up front for a majority of the race. This race was dedicated to Peggy Holt, she lost her life to breast cancer early last week. I know she was with us all weekend, and gave me an extra push and extra motivation on track. It was an honor to carry her legacy.”

From Atop the Pit Box with Crew Chief Ryan McKinney: “We always keep digging. The Qore-24 team showed that in spades this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. We had a very fast truck all weekend and it was great to see Brennan at the top of the board at the end of the first round of qualifying. As a crew chief, I was very proud of everyone at the end of the night. We held on and finished just outside of the top-10, and after the tough luck we had on track, I’ll take it! Our first win as a team gets closer every single week and we will be a threat for the trophy next weekend at Phoenix.”

About Qore-24 Systems: Qore Systems, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, is a research and development company dedicated to the discovery and production of products created with Amosil-Q: a patented antimicrobial barrier that safely kills germs by tearing them apart on contact. For more information about Qore Systems, call 480-682-6729 or visit www.amosilq.com.

About NTS Motorsports: Established in Bakersfield, California by Bob Newberry, NTS Motorsports is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) and NASCAR K&N Pro Series (NKNPSE) team based in Kernersville, North Carolina. NTS Motorsports began as a family racing team and has quickly emerged as one of the most competitive teams in NASCAR. Continuing to develop talented drivers, NTS fields cars on the West Coast in the Spears SRL South West Tour and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. In 2014, NTS will field two full-time cars in the NKNPSE and two full-time trucks in the NCWTS.

For more information about NTS Motorsports, visit ntsmotorsports.com.
For more information about Qore-24 go to Qore24.com, amosilq.com, and @Qore24Purifier
Follow us on Twitter @TeamNTS and @BrennanNewberry

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October 28, 2014

Brennan Newberry Breast Cancer Awareness Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado

WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 Event Preview

 

Quick Facts: 

Series: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Race: 20 of 22 — Friday, October 31st, 2014 – 7:30 PM CST

Driver: Brennan Newberry

Truck: No.20 Breast Cancer Awareness Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado

Owner’s Point Standings: 14th (-154)

Track: Texas (Fort Worth) Motor Speedway

Event: 147 Laps / 220.5 Miles / 354.86 Kilometers

Broadcast: LIVE on FOX Sports 1, The Motor Racing Network (MRN), and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio

 

For the Fourth Time in His Career, Brennan Newberry Travels to the Lone Star State with NTS Motorsports and Crew Chief Ryan McKinney. The Winstar World Casino and Resort 350k will mark the 42nd start of the Bakersfield, California native’s career and his 12th of 2014 with NTS Motorsports. Newberry will carry a No.20 on the doors of his pink Qore-24 Antimicrobial Hand Purifier Chevrolet Silverado and will once again be driving to raise awareness for Breast Cancer survivors. Newberry piloted the same scheme on the No.9 Chevrolet at Martinsville Speedway during the most recent event for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Newberry Knowledge Going into Texas: “In June, we had a very fast truck at Texas and had positioned ourselves for a great finish inside the top-5 before we cut a tire late in the race. Ryan (McKinney) and everyone on my Qore-24 Chevrolet Silverado team have been working hard in the shop, to make sure we can capitalize on our speed again this time. With only three more events left in 2014, for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, I am looking forward to each and every one of them as I know we can compete for the win!  We will be carrying the Pink Qore-24 colors for Breast Cancer Awareness once again this weekend and I will be representing our NTS Motorsports survivors during each and every lap, and to get them and everyone at NTS Motorsports into victory lane would be a dream come true for me.

Crew Chief Ryan McKinney will be atop of the Pit Box for the No.20 Team, Marking his 16th Start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and his 8th Pairing with Newberry in 2014. On June 6th of this year, McKinney and Newberry teamed up for the first time in NCWTS competition and had their Silverado running inside the top-5, before a cut tire late in the race, relegated the team to a 16th place finish. McKinney considers Texas Motor Speedway one of his favorite tracks and looks to capitalize on the speed the team has shown throughout the year.

R-Mac on His Favorite Track: “Throughout 2014, the Qore-24 team has shown strength and speed each and every weekend and I couldn’t be more proud of my guys. Texas was the first race for Brennan and I back in June, and we were poised for a solid finish inside the top-5, before we cut a tire late in the race and had to pit during the closing laps. We are taking the same setup with us to Texas and I know we are going to be one of the teams to watch. Texas is one of my favorite places to race and I know we have a great chance to bring home some Stetsons for all the guys in Kernersville. Brennan Newberry and NTS Motorsports are definitely due for a win!”

On Track Activity at Texas Motor Speedway will begin with dual back-to-back practice sessions on Thursday beginning at 1p.m. and 2:30p.m. Action will resume on Friday with Knockout Qualifying at 2:15 and the drop of the green flag for The WinStar World Casino and Resort is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday’s complete on track schedule will be aired LIVE on Fox Sports 1, The Motor Racing Network (MRN), and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio – Channel 90. All times are listed in local Central Time Zone. For a behind the scenes look from Texas Motor Speedway follow @TeamNTS and @BrennanNewberry on Twitter.

Track Facts – Texas Motor Speedway                                                                                                                  

1.5 Mile Asphalt Oval

24 Degrees of Banking in the Corners

5 Degrees of Banking on Straightaways

Frontstretch: 2,250 Feet Long

Backstretch: 1,220 Feet Long

 

Track Twitter: @TXMotorSpeedway            Event Hashtag: #WinStar350

 

 

About Qore-24 Systems: Qore Systems, headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, is a research and development company dedicated to the discovery and production of products created with Amosil-Q: a patented antimicrobial barrier that safely kills germs by tearing them apart on contact. For more information about Qore Systems, call 480-682-6729 or visit www.amosilq.com.

 

About NTS Motorsports: Established in Bakersfield, California by Bob Newberry, NTS Motorsports is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) and NASCAR K&N Pro Series (NKNPSE) team based in Kernersville, North Carolina. NTS Motorsports began as a family racing team and has quickly emerged as one of the most competitive teams in NASCAR. Continuing to develop talented drivers, NTS fields cars on the West Coast in the Spears SRL South West Tour and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. In 2014, NTS will field two full-time cars in the NKNPSE and two full-time trucks in the NCWTS.

 

For more information about NTS Motorsports, visit ntsmotorsports.com.

For more information about Qore-24 go to Qore24.com, amosilq.com, and @Qore24Purifier

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